One such idea for outdoor Halloween decorations is to decorate a large banner. The banner can be the full length of the door, or only a partial piece of the length. Since door decorations can be particularly inviting or scary, if there are little kids in the neighborhood, try to decorate a banner with something cartoon-ish. The banner should also reflect the personalities of those living inside. Fringes can also be added to the banners – whether it’s pom-poms or straw. For a fun twist, candy stickers and funky texts can be added if a drawing is not your speed.

And if you still have your fog machine from last year, then you better make sure it's full and ready to go! Pick up some fog machine fluid from Spirit to make sure you have plenty to make it through the season--and you'll feel confident knowing that foggy fright will be ready to set the scene all the way to Halloween! From offering a wide selection of new and improved fog machines to helping make sure your current one lasts for years to come, Spirit Halloween is here to make sure that your Halloween is as foggy as ever.
Everyone knows that the scariest scenes feature a key attention to detail, and you too can add the perfect amount of detail to your haunted home when you shop for Halloween props at Spirit! From skulls and ghosts to insects and rodents, Spirit's awesome selection of Halloween props can fit any scary scene. Why not hang up any of our hanging props, and watch people stare in horror as they look up toward the ceiling? You can put spiders all over your walls, or make an undead nursery with plenty of zombie babies to go around. With so many scary Halloween props to choose from, you're sure to find something here at Spirit!
Cast a sinister glow over any setting with a cluster of white tapers dripping with "blood" (actually red candle wax). Fill a cup or a small pail with sand, and plant white candles inside so they stand upright. Light a red candle and tip it over the white candles so the wax drips down the tops and sides, being careful not to burn yourself. Let wax cool completely before removing candles from sand.

Ring-a-ding-ding! You’ve got visitors. But here’s the thing, are they in the Halloween spirit? Make sure your guests are pumped for the spooky season by hanging this doorbell at your entry way. It’s easy to mount and easy to take down when you’re ready to turn from macabre season greetings. This eyeball doorbell is one way to get a visit off on the right start!


Are you ready to transform your home? Want to make it as festive as an Egyptian tomb? As fresh as an abandoned mansion? While we can’t provide your abode with that musty catacomb smell, our easy Halloween decorations make it a snap for people to assume your place has a serious case of the haunts! Browse through our images and you’ll see plenty of classy and creepy ideas for your house. Look around your place and you’ll soon find areas of potential. Your fireplace mantel is a blank canvas. Your front entryway is chock full of potential. Take these scenes as far as you want; Halloween is all about creepy creativity!


And why stop at just there? You could have your graveyard in the backyard or off to the side, and let one of our life-sized inflatable decorations take center stage! From fun and friendly pumpkin inflatables to scary witches, these blow-up decorations will have everyone screaming in delight! You can finish your look with a festive doormat or by covering your porch with gargoyles, to create a spooky scene that any Halloween fan is sure to love. And no matter how you want to decorate your yard, Spirit is here with a wide selection that's perfect for all of your outdoor Halloween decoration needs.
Everyone knows that it's what's on the inside that matters, especially when it comes to your home--which is why Spirit offers an amazing selection of indoor Halloween decorations! From traditional haunted house decorations to themes like Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas, you can transform your home into a spooktacular experience in no time at all. So hang up those spider webs and set up those pumpkins, because there's going to be plenty of Halloween house decorations and frightful fun to go around! No matter your style, Spirit is here to offer the best indoor Halloween decorations of 2019!
When it comes to Halloween ideas, nothing seems to reflect the holiday better than barren trees with crows flying around. A removable tree decal can really help set the mood for the holiday. While decorated pumpkins and porch signs can create the mood, a large tree can really add a helping branch. Crow decals can add life to the tree, and stuffed crows on the banister of the porch can add even more to the life of the tree. If crows aren’t your style, fake leaves can be drawn on paper and added to the tree – which would then make a really cool party game.

Frankenstein saw inspiration in the most grotesque of scavenging—here, we took a note from his book and constructed a bare-bones table decoration. The table legs are legs indeed—store-bought faux bones. To make it, trim the thigh bones: Use saw to cut the legs to 1 inch less than the desired table height (to account for tabletop). Next, stabilize the knees: Take each leg apart at the knee; unscrew the hardware, and remove the kneecap. Connect shin bone to thighbone with one double-threaded screw (3/16-by-3 inches). Lastly, stabilize the ankles: Position one foot so it rests flat on the floor, and generously squeeze epoxy into the hinge that makes the ankle flex. Repeat with the remaining legs. Let it dry and cure overnight at least before moving onto the next step. Attach the legs to the table: Decide where you want the legs, and drill pilot holes through tabletop. Place each leg underneath the pilot hole, then screw to attach. Put putty over the screws, and let it dry. Sand until smooth. Paint the tabletop a skeletal white.
Is there anything cozier than sitting in front of the fireplace during a windy autumn night? We don’t think so. Encourage folks to settle down in your moody sitting room and get into a spooky state of mind when they take in your delightfully dismal display. The mantel has a sheer spiderweb cloth that can add ambience for dining rooms, living rooms, and entry ways. The black and purple color scheme is dark but elegant with sparkly purple pumpkins as well as silver and purple potion bottles. To make your display playful you can add a fuzzy owl or crafty crow. With a striking color scheme and plenty of sparkle, you’re sure to love your uncanny interior!
If crepe paper, duct tape, and paper plates have one thing in common, it’s that they can create wonderful Halloween front door decors. Pick up some crepe paper in any color that contrasts your door and hang strips from the top of the door. The paper plates become the eyes when black circles are drawn on. Duct tape them on the door. Then use the duct tape to create eye brows and a mouth. Style it however you want. Kids across the neighborhood will enjoy looking at your creepy monster, and it’ll be a hoot to create if your own kids help. Even if you don’t have kids, this monster gives the creator one great time while putting it up.
There’s no way we’d want to get caught wandering through this scene when the sun goes down. Now that we think about it, we wouldn’t want to get caught here at high noon either. The tumbling gray tombstone and angry zombies crawling out of the aged ground in this scene is sure to cause shrieks and squeals as people pass by. To create this look, arrange our submerged zombie props and grave stones throughout the yard with hay layered around the base of each piece. You’ll find it easy to make your home into a horror show for the whole neighborhood to enjoy.
A large wooden plank is usually an obstacle. However, not this Halloween. A DIY Halloween door decoration this is not. This is a porch decoration. Spray paint and stencils is one way to create this spooky welcome sign. Or the letters can be purchased from a woodworking shop or other area and simply nailed on in the right order. These Halloween house decorations are quite a pop from the traditional ones found in stores, and can be painted in colors to reflect the personality of the family. Who wouldn’t want that?
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